City Social Club packs its calendar with events that encourage area singles to get out of the house, try something new, and expand their social circles in the process. From outdoor activities such as hiking, sailing, and biking to laid-back occasions including hockey games and art classes, the organizers aim to offer something for everyone. Clients can sign up for the personal dating service that uses these profiles to set up potential matches based on common interests and a mutual disdain for the same '80s hair bands.
Diversity isn’t just a buzzword at YWCA Tulsa. It describes the people and activities that have made this organization thrive since 1914. To empower women and their families, its staff hosts programs focused on wellness, wealth, and education.
Women and men of all races, creeds, and sexual orientations flock to YWCA’s fitness center, where they can torch calories with cardio equipment and sculpt muscles in a weightlifting room. At the indoor swimming pool, kids learn to flutter kick as seniors practice arthritis-friendly aqua aerobics. Yoga classes cultivate strong, stretchy muscles with relaxing bends and balances, and CrossFit sessions strengthen exercisers of all levels with workouts inspired by Olympic sports such as weightlifting, gymnastics, and turnstile jumping.
Gatti-town’s all-you-can-eat buffet feeds the fires in gamers’ bellies with an unlimited downpour of more than 40 edible options. Pile tongues with aisles of entrees that include pizzas, pastas, salads, cheese sticks, cinnamon sticks, and desserts such as the dutch-apple-treat pizza. Big-screen TVs in the dining rooms begin stuffing brains with entertainment to prepare them for a smorgasbord of automated amusement.
Tom's Bicycles equips scenery hunters with the cycling essentials they need to explore Tulsa’s outdoors from the comfort of a two-wheeled road raft. Mountain and hybrid fitness bikes ($30/day) as well as tandem bikes built for two people ($45/day) offer a convenient way to get around while velocipedalists take to the nearby park’s paved trails or wheelie over to off-road trails. A helmet is included with the rental, ensuring that the vast collection of Oscar Wilde quips stored in each customer’s brain is well protected. Though children’s bikes are not available, kids trailers ($15/day) allow tikes to ride along.